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Toshiba begins construction of a 300mm NAND flash factory

Toshiba announced the start of construction of the 300mm Fab 3 factory in Japan
in Yokkaichi, the company’s main base where NAND flash is produced. Until the end of 2021
financial year investments in the factory will amount to about 2.5 billion. US dollars.
Toshiba’s partner SanDisk will also sponsor the construction of the factory; as supposed,
the factory will be put into operation in the second half of 2021 financial
year (October 2021), at the initial stage the productivity will be 10
thous. plates monthly.

Factory will use 90nm until first half of fiscal year 2021
technical process, starting from 2021 fiscal year, 70-nm lines will be implemented on the lines
technical process, and in 2021 55-nm standards will be used in production
technical process.

With the start of serial production, the factory productivity will be 37.5
thous. plates, which is 1.5 times more than expected at the end of December – due to
this is with the growing demand for NAND flash. According to Toshiba analysts, in the next
three years, the annual growth rate of demand for this type of memory will be 30%. In the past
year, it was due to the high demand for NAND-flash that Toshiba came out on top
in the rating of suppliers of this non-volatile memory, second only to Samsung.
The company’s market share increased from 10.7% in 2021 to 16.4% in 2021 (indicators
Samsung – 15.4% and 19.4% respectively).

By the way, since the beginning of the year, the price of NAND flash chips has been decreasing – if at the beginning of the year
the price of 1 Gbit of microcircuits of this memory was $ 33, but at the moment
she hovers around 21.80 ? 22.20 dollars. The trend seems to be
remain: at the price of 256 Mbit DDR SDRAM chips of $ 5 and the price of 1 Gbit
NAND flash microcircuits $ 20, the cost of 200/300 mm wafers will be almost equal,
therefore, the probability remains that the minimum margin from sales of NAND-flash
compared to DDR SDRAM will cause manufacturers to cut production again
non-volatile memory, carrying out a reverse regrouping of capacities, as a result
which, until supply and demand for NAND flash are matched,
the price of the latter may decrease.

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